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Global Piracy and Armed Robbery Situation

Update on 07 Mar 2023


  1. Piracy Trend 2022
  2. Feedback sough on issues after removal of piracy HRA
  3. ‘Irregular Activity’ near Gulf of Aden transit corridor for piracy
  4. Boarding and Attempted Boarding Incidents in the Singapore Strait
  5. Black Sea Situation
  6. Threats to Commercial Vessels – Persian Gulf, Strait of Hormuz, Gulf of Oman, Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aden, Bab al Mandeb Strait, Red Sea, and Somali Basin

Update on the piracy situation in the Gulf of Guinea region refers to the webpage at link.

1. Piracy Trend 2022

The ICC IMB’s annual report recorded 115 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in 2022 – compared to 132 in 2021 – with half of them occurring in Southeast Asian waters, particularly in the Singapore Straits, where incidents continue to rise.

The continued and much needed reduction is attributed to an overall decrease of piratical activity in in the highly risky waters of the Gulf of Guinea – down from 35 incidents in 2021 to 19 in 2022.

A summary can be found at link, with the full report at link.

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